The South Australian Home Battery Scheme assists households to access state government subsidies and loans of up to $6000 to pay for the installation of home battery systems.
The rebate sorter has a wide range of programs from the Australian, state and territory governments. Use our rebate sorter to find rebates, assistance, apps and support in your community.
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Program name:Solar for Low Income Households Program
The Solar for Low Income Households Program can help eligible Australian Capital Territory residents invest in rooftop solar PV panels to help reduce their energy costs.Location:Topic:
Program name:Virtual Power Plant
The Virtual Power Plant initiative is now open for South Australians to register their interest.Location:
Program name:Empowering Homes Program
The Empowering Homes Program will provide interest-free loans to eligible New South Wales residents to install solar PV and battery storage systems across the state over the next 10 years.Location:Type:
Program name:Affordable Energy Plan
Under the Affordable Energy Plan Queensland homeowners and other entities can apply for interest-free loans and/or grants of up to $10,000 to help pay for solar PV and battery storage system.Location:
Program name:Solar panel rebate
The solar panel rebate provides Victorian households with rebates of up to $2225 to install solar PV panels. Not-for-profit community housing providers are also eligible to apply for the rebate on behalf of the tenants.Location:Topic:
Program name:National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme
The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme provides households and small businesses with access to free recycling services for televisions and computers.
Program name:Community Leak Program
The Community Leak Program helps Katherine households, businesses and organisations reduce water use and water bills by providing do it yourself advice on how to identify leaks as well as offering cash incentives to fix identified leaks.Location:Topic:
Program name:Garden Tune Up
The Garden Tune Up program helps Darwin households and businesses reduce water use and water bills by offering assistance of $300 or $500 for an irrigation expert to tune your irrigation system.Location:Topic:
Program name:Showerhead exchange programs
Water-efficient showerhead exchange programs are run by some retail water corporations operating across Victoria.Location:
Program name:Wood Heater Replacement Program
The Wood Heater Replacement Program provides an incentive for Australian Capital Territory residents to replace wood heaters or open fireplaces with an energy-efficient reverse cycle air-conditioner.Location:Topic: